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"I know that it's over for me. I have been
really good at predicting my career and I know when
I'm outmatched. It's over for me as a broadcaster. I'm checkmated. All they gotta do is fine us
and then we're gone. And there's nothing we can do about it. If you don' t think me going after Bush
got me thrown off those stations, you got another thing coming. This has nothing to do with anything I said."
--Howard Stern, friend of Bush, Whitman, Pataki and Guiliani, finally realizing that his rock n roll lifestyle doesn't fit
with the jack-booted Nazi's who want to deny Americans the right to free speech. Stern Feels Bush-Whacked
Howard, you're how old and you're finally
learning what's real and what's not?
How does a free speech rock n roll guy get into bed with Nazi's to begin with?
John Ashcroft (R-Eichmann) has been hospitalized in an intensive care unit for a severe case
of gallstone pancreatitis, a painful condition that usually clears up within a week with treatment.
"After a full medical work up in the emergency
room, it was determined that he was suffering
from a severe case of gallstone pancreatitis," Corallo said. "He was admitted to intensive care
for careful monitoring and is being treated with antibiotics."
Corallo said he expects Ashcroft will spend
a couple of days in the hospital
...a couple of days of pain.
God certainly has a sense of humor, doesn't He?
"In the dozens and dozens of panic-stricken articles The New York Times has run on Mel Gibson's movie
"The Passion of the Christ," the unavoidable conclusion is that liberals haven't the vaguest idea what Christianity is.
The Times may have loopy ideas about a lot of things, but at least when they write about gay bathhouses and
abortion clinics, you get the sense they know what they're talking about.
But Christianity just doesn't ring a bell.
The religion that has transformed Western civilization for two millennia is a blank slate for liberals."
Christ would be so pleased that this hateful female is speaking for Him.
"There are seven sins in the world :
Wealth without work
Pleasure without conscience
Knowledge without character
Commerce without morality
Science without humanity
Worship without sacrifice
Politics without principle."
-- Mahatma Gandhi Attribution
Take away the "Knowledge without character" and you have Bunnypants.
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"Karl Rove has modeled the Bush presidency
on that of William McKinley (1897-1901)
and modeled himself on Mark Hanna, the man who virtually manufactured McKinley.
Mark Hanna saw to it that Washington was ruled by business, railroads, and public utility corporations."
--Bill Moyers, who the Freepers got fired from PBS Attribution
Subject: a Catholic story
We were actually told that if we had no
intention of having children,
we should not get married because that would be a mortal sin.
Incidentally, a nun told us that.
It goes without saying that sex is evil.
Catholics - you gotta love 'em
Bush's campaign argument that "America is turning the corner" under his leadership
suffered a setback on Friday with a report that the labor market mustered only
21,000 new jobs last month, far fewer than anticipated.
The small gain disappointed White House
officials who had hoped for stronger evidence
of a recovering labor market and fueled Democratic attacks that Bush should be thrown
out of office in the Nov. 2 election.
The numbers dashed any hope that the employment
this year would average 2.6 million jobs
above last year's level, as the White House projected last month in a an economic report.
Meeting that forecast would require adding 300,000 jobs a month this year -- a figure
that far exceeds most private forecasts.
I'm raising my bet to $200 that Bush can't
break even on job in his failed four year term.
But nobody on the internet will take that bet because they refuse to bet on a failure.
What did Patton say?
"Everybody loves a winner and we will not tolerate a loser?"
Wall Street won't bet on Bush, no conservative on the internet will bet on Bush - because he's a loser
say he came from England
Some say he came from Spain
But John Henry was nothin' but a Louisiana man
And he died with his hammer in his hand
Lord, lord, lord, he died with his hammer
in his hand
Steel drivin' man, he died with his hammer in his hand
Lord, ain't nothin' but my hammer suckin' wind....
I've mentioned my world-class live Zeppelin collection.
Most nights, Plant would introduce John Bonham as "John Henry Bonham."
If any rock drummer ever had a hammer in his hands it was
I got to hear three Bonham solos live, and a hundred or more on tape.
Mongo impressed, even tho he lost to Karen Carpenter in the Playboy poll.
"I support a Consitutional Amendment to define
'marriage'" as it is in the Bible.
Multiple wives and huge dowries. If we're going to have laws based on religion, let's do it right.
-- Baron Dave, in an e-mail
McCain defends Kerry's war record
John McCain came to the defense of John Kerry, on Friday by attacking the credibility
of a Carolina veteran who has dedicated himself to defeating Kerry in his campaign for president.
McCain, a Republican, called the man, Ted
Sampley, "one of the most despicable people
I have ever had the misfortune to encounter."
Sampley once called McCain, who was held
captive for five years in North Vietnam,
"the Manchurian Candidate," a reference to a 1962 film in which a Communist-controlled
candidate nearly becomes his party's candidate for president."
Marty's Entertainment Page
fires Ted Rall
Did Karl Rove phone the NYWT?
Rall believes The New York Times Web site stopped running his cartoons this week
because it was tired of dealing with e-mail campaigns from conservatives who don't like his work.
"I've been canceled from a lot of newspapers,"
Rall told E&P. "It comes with the territory. But this
[the reluctance of some papers to deal with reader complaints] is nothing short of appalling. It needs
to change." If newspapers don't have the personnel to handle hate mail, said Rall, "just delete it."
The Freepers are organized and they fight
as a team.
The democrats are afraid to fight.
It's that simple.
"Most of Hollywood and most of the media will
be happy to see me gone. They will not fight
for my First Amendment rights, because they don't like me. I make fun of them. I goof on them.
I'm dangerous to them. Everyone wants me to go down. They've been praying for this for 20 years.
How come the F-word and the S-word are going out on other shows? Don't they own KIIS-FM in LA?
Didn't Ryan Seacrest's first day have the F-word and the S-word? Why was the guy not fired?"
--Howard Stern, questioning Clear Channel's (R-Nazi Bastards) motives Attribution
Howard, be thankful you don't own a bicycle.
Clear Channel tells their listeners to murder them.
All you're getting is fired.
Also, Howard, you have your $300 million, so easy on the tears.
Millions of Americans with no savings lost their jobs because of this insane thief.
Hundreds have lost their lives for his nasty oil snatch, so stop whining.
I'm reading a lot of great e-mails about things I said
I didn't want to talk about.
Survivor sexual assault?
Did anyone see former Survivor winner Richard Hatch 'sexually
(I-wouldn't-spit-on-you-if-you-were-on-fire) Hawk last week (not last night) on Survivor?
As you may remember, Richard is the gay guy who was always naked on Survivor One.
I only mention that Richard is gay because Hawk told the others she would file a $10 million
lawsuit against him and she was so upset she exited the competition early.
I didn't see it, so I have no opinion.
I heard it, but the damage was done before I had a chance to look up.
Whatever happened, it happened on camera, in focus, witnesses just feet away, etc
They had a contest where people tried to push each other off a
plank and Richard
apparently made a crude gesture or something, but again, I didn't see it.
Click Here if you saw it and have an opinion.
Subject: Jesse Ventura is angry
Jesse Ventura was interviewed on a local
PBS show in Boston today.
He said he ususally votes for an appropriate 3rd party candidate for
President because he is so disgusted with the two major parties.
This year, he is tempted to vote for the
because he is so angry with Bush. I hope than not only does
he follow through, but tells all his friends.
bare your teeth
It's time to return fire
Like it or not, the president who came in promising to unite us has created, in only three short years,
the most polarized and the most bitterly politically divided country since Reconstruction. His team has
created more anti-American hatred around the globe than has ever previously existed in history. Those
same political strategists have shown that they will stop at virtually nothing to gain and exercise power,
and will do so almost exclusively to enrich their hyperwealthy friends and feed their warped ideological
crusades -- crusades that, if presented honestly, would be rejected by the vast majority of their
countrypersons and the rest of the world.
This is a war. It's being fought like one,
whether or not we participate, and we are all targets.
We'd better start acting like our asses are on the firing line. They are.
...but, ...but, ...but what if that makes Karl Rove mad?
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odd that America and the Democrats don't really care
what Bush knew about the coming 9-11 attacks?
be a million people in the streets
demanding that Bush give the 9-11 commission
as many hours as they want, under oath, on live TV.
Funny, they'll march for WTO, but not 9-11?
If Bush is innocent, why won't he cooperate?
Subject: Socialized medicine for Iraqis
HHS Secretary Tommy Thomson is proposing
American's pay $950 Million to finance
major medical care for all Iraqi's. Here in Tommy's home state of Wisconsin, doctors refuse
to treat patients with medicaid because the reimbursement formula gives them so little for any
care they might provide the indigent.
Is it me, or is something really screwed
up with this bunch?
Joe, this is a really screwed up bunch.
Several e-mails lately from lefties that say, "I'm
...I hate it when I'm the last to know.
This phrase won't hit the Oklahoma Territories
Can someone tell me what ABB is?
I need a Secretary of Hip, ...preferably a sassy, African American.
I know this will cause screams of 'sexism,' but I want a sassy black woman
to explain the real world to the extra-white Oklahoma chimp, ...am I'm the bad guy?"
Alt is a plus.
(Not sure what "alt" means, but it's like, "What else you got?" hopefully...
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"Clear Channel had no problem hiring him after
comments like that, because he's pro-Bush."
--Stern, on why Clear Channel hired Mike Savage (R-Necropheliac) after he was fired by MSGOP
for saying a caller was a sodomite who should "get AIDS and die. Attribution
Howard - friends of Bush can say anything and get a raise but
critics get fired and blacklisted.
Why do you think Helen Thomas is the only honest reporter in Washington?
It's because she's in her eighties and the BFEE can't ruin her future.
Jesus, how can you just now be coming to this conclusion?
If you read bartcop.com you would've known this in late 1999.
You know that Captain Janks prank caller guy Stern used to have on?
Looooooooong time ago, maybe '98 or so, he listed bartcop.com as one of
the best/funniest sites on the web so I always figured Stern knew about it
...another bartcop.com error
God tells Joan, "Next time you see someone
who needs help, ...help them."
Next day, she sees a woman crying on the bus.
It's a damn good episode.
If you've never seen the show, this might be a good intro.
Subject: Bush in class at Harvard
Here's how one of Bush's professors at Harvard Business School recalls him:
I still vividly remember him. In my class,
he declared that "people are poor because they are lazy."
He was opposed to labor unions, social security, environmental protection, Medicare, and public schools.
To him, the antitrust watchdog, the Federal
Trade Commission, and the Securities Exchange Commission
were unnecessary hindrances to "free market competition." To him, Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal was "socialism."
He hasn't changed at all, and our country
is much the worse for it, as Professor Tsurumi explains.
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Rudolph Bell's book Holy Anorexia (1985) concentrates on Italian saints, and is especially rewarding for
connoisseurs of the spiritually lurid. St Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi lay naked on thorns. Saint Catherine of
Siena [did bad things]. One confessor ordered Veronica Giuliani to kneel while a novice of the order kicked
her in the mouth. Another ordered her to clean the walls and floor of her cell with her tongue; when she
swallowed the spiders and their webs, even he thought it was going too far. Scourges, chains and hair shirts
were the must-have accessories in these women's lives. Eustochia of Messina stretched her arms on a DIY
rack she had constructed. St Margaret of Cortona bought herself a razor and was narrowly dissuaded from
slicing through her nostrils and upper lip. St Angela of Foligno [did bad things]. And what St Francesca
Romana did, I find I am not able to write down.
Starvation was a constant in these women's
lives. It melted their flesh away, so that the beating of their hearts
could be seen behind the racks of their ribs. It made them one with the poor and destitute, and united them
with the image of Christ on the cross.
That last bit reminded me of Mother Teresa. Christopher
Hitchens (R-Severe Liar) said Mother Teresa
rejoiced in poverty because it was Jesus-like while running a multi-million dollar enterprise. This is his
allegation, as best I remember it, so if that makes you angry - write to him. Hitchens is the guy who calls
Nancy Reagan, Hillary and Mother Teresa "whores."
I read that article, and it's Exorcist-like spooky.
For instance, nuns are married to Jesus (or God, I forget) so why are their wedding dresses black?
This is a spooky article, not for the squeamish. I mean, being
made to lick the floor in the shape
of the cross until your tongue bleeds makes me very thankful that all the nuns ever did was beat us.
...but maybe that's where Bill Bennett getst his S&M need to be sexually dominated.
Does his Vegas dominatrix wear a nun's costume?
Subject: There's the rub
Last night on there was a clip of Dubya
speechifying in California. He was on stage
with a bald black man who was behind the podium, I think introducing Our Fearless Leader.
The Mayor of L.A.??
Anyway, as GWB stepped up to the mic, he
rubbed the black man's head,
with his usual shit-eating grin.
Now, am I the only person in America who
has heard of the lovely practice of "rubbing a
[black person]'s head for luck? Generally it was a joke amongst those who didn't generally
say "black person" when referring to one. It may well have faded into obscurity.
Hell, in my neighborhood, by the time I
was a teenager (late 60s-early 70s),
it would have been a good way to lose a hand.
But I'd BET that Dubya knows exactly what
it means. That SMIRK was on his face....
He is one smarmy, clueless twit.
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Subject: Show 29
Show 29 was tight!
Though I miss the tag team with you & Mack.
I've heard that "Money is applause" and
it's also support,
so when I get some I'll send it along.
Tommy was moving in Show 28, and had no ISP for Show 29.
He was waiting for the cable man to arrive when I talked to him today.
He'll be back permanantly real soon.
Nader and voting in the year 2004
There were a lot of replies.
I think everyone who voted for Nader wrote.
American soldier body count in Iraq
Bush lied, and caused 550 Americans their lives - and counting.
"What good is a smile
when your head's in a vise?"
-- Norah Jones, unreleased song, from Rolling Stone
I guess she's been watching Bush...
Subject: Your VCR alerts
Love the website but I would love to see your VCR Alert contain some insightful, informative programming such as:
News Hour with Jim Lehrer
Noam Chomsky's appearance on the CHARLIE ROSE SHOW
I certainly think these programs would be
more educational, and we both know an educated voter
is W's worst nightmare, and would better serve our cause (Dethroning Bush) than this mindless pablum:
> VCR Alert - World Poker Tour Season Premier - Tonight on Travel Channel
> Plus, Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital and a new West Wing.
Art, I can think of a dozen cool web pages that are no more because
the authors burned out.
I can't afford to burn out, so I combine the mindless pablum with the essential.
One must be ready for the fight the next day, next week, next year.
Do you have an opinion?
Do any GOP impressions?
Then listen for your call on...
You have two minutes to spit your bit.
"How can you tell the story of the Bush administration
and leave out 9/11?
That's the core of what happened."
--David Gergen, Attribution
...yet some people are still willing to vote for him.
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By the way - I am forced to leave the radio links on the main
It's not intended as a taunt to non-subscribers, but keeping up with two different pages
each day was more than my IQ of 64 could handle. At least twice a week I'd get
e-mail saying, "I'm on the members page - where are the radio links?"
Since I erased them for the main page, I'd have to reload each
of the 14 links
and that takes time and time is something I didn't have enough of a month ago.
I have to simplify things as things get more complicated.
Subject: I have an idea
When I go to your sight, I always
make a mental note of the title of the issue.
You sometimes explain it a few days later. I try to guess what the meaning is as I read.
Most of the time I can't figure it out.
Why not have a "contest" for readers to name the reason for the title?
It might bring some back to check out if they "won".
Just a thought.
Dave, I've waited years for your e-mail.
Sometimes the title is the best pun on that day's page.
Sometimes it refers to a line buried deeeeeep in some link that day
but sometimes it means nothing at all.
In the old days, maybe issues 50-200, I would have an issue ready
but I'd hold it for days waiting for the perfect title to jump into my head.
These days, I don't have time to hold Jack, so sometimes it's deep and sometimes it's fluff.
Today's title is from an e-mail I got about some group doing some
It struck me as something I might say to the illegal fraud if we ever met.
Not sure about a contest, but I always figured if I met somebody
believe I was Bart, we could run thru a few hundred titles and I could explain
what each meant and that would prove it was me. (I worry about weird things)
I always thought a great question one could ask the subject of
an interview was,
"What's the question you've always wanted to be asked, but nobody's ever asked it?"
For me, you just rang the bell.
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